NORMAN, Okla. — Baker Mayfield is fairly darn good on the area—you already knew that—and seems he’s fairly darn good off it as an actor. Even although it’s a protracted methods off, he simply might need a profession there when his soccer profession is all mentioned and performed.
Last 12 months’s Heisman Trophy winner and No. 1 NFL Draft decide by the Cleveland Browns impersonated the man who drafted him, Browns general manager John Dorsey, and it’s spot on, all the way down to the dad footwear, crewneck sweatshirt and chewing gum.
“Hello, this is John Dorsey. How you doing, buddy boy?” Mayfield opens up. “Playing in the National Football League is a blessing. It’s a privilege. Not many people get to do it. You know what I mean, buddy boy? That’s cool stuff, huh?”
The minute-long impersonation is a part of the Browns’ annual rookie talent show in Building the Browns.
The sequence tracks the formation of the roster and improvement of the workforce main as much as the season, that includes interviews from Browns gamers and coaches. The subsequent episode is ready for 10:30 a.m. CT Sunday.
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